Tea Leaf Green Live at Cafe Du Nord on 2005-01-20
01) Harvest Time
02) All of Your Cigarettes
03) Doing it Over Again
05) It Wasn't For the Money
06) The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
07) My Bastard Brother
08) I Got No Friends In Arizona
09) Barnicle B
10) Honey Bee
11) For Every Lonely Lady
12) Don't Let it Down
13) Taught to Be Proud
01) Jackson Hole
03) Strange Ode to Nature
04) Little America
07) Can't Get High
10) Been So Long
03) The Garden (Part III)
04) Planet of Green Love
05) Ride Together >
06) Hard Travelin' >
07) Ride Together
08) Death Cake
09) I Believe
10) Zoom Zoom
*Little Feat (Dedicated to Sauce and Town)
Recording gear used:
Stage mic: Crown SASS P Mk 2 stereo condenser PZM, centered on the drum kit.
House mics: Crown CM-700 cardioid condensers, 1ft. from each pa main stack (lower box).
Recorded by: Bob Cogswell (email@example.com)
FOH sound: Steven Fabing, Bay Recorders Organization (www.bayrecorders.org)
Seeded by Graham Munda (firstname.lastname@example.org)
start to finish, probably my favourite tlg show to listen to. doin' it over again gives me goosebumps. the only thing that has bothered me for a long time and i got a chance to fix was the loop in Zoom Zoom. about a minute before zoom zoom ends, for some reason the track loops back to about 1/3 of the way in...probably just because it's so sick, cogswell had to hear it again.
Plus, you can read the lyrics to these magical tunes at: http://www.dgold.info/green/
Subject: absolutely incredible acoustic tlg.
also check out his recordings of 10/28/06, 9/29/06 (acoustic), 5/4/06, and 4/8/06 (acoustic).
This show is an absolute must-have for any tlg fan out there. The night was absolutely electric(even though the show was acoustic) in every way possible. If I could only have 5 shows in my entire TLG collection, this would be one of them.
For a list of other high-quality tlg on archive, see this web address:
Subject: an absolute masterpiece
Subject: warning for newbies
the guitarist is *definitely* an electric guitarist that happens to be playing guitar for this gig. you can hear it. so, if you're used to that creamy magic he layers on so thickly in their electric incarnations, be prepared to be underwhelmed.
but yeah. definitely a show to listen to. highlights the singer-keyboarist-as-songwriter aspect, which is neat, and the energy is real hot. and you can hear the lyrics, which is a whole new thing for me. :-)
a'ight. peace and love to all toes i may have stepped on, this is a hip band --- meddle
Subject: It's official...
Subject: My favorite TLG on the Archive,
Subject: tlg lyrics
it's quite silly to compare tlg to phish in the lyrics department. TLG definitely taps into more mature subjects while the phish's lyrics are more playful, metaphoric and whimsical. in other words, i don't know a lot of heads that listen to phish for the lyrics.
this show is pretty focking sweet though.
Subject: Very solid show!
Subject: my new hook!
Trevor Garrod is a special talent. His lyrics are the best I've heard in a long time. It's nice to hear a meaningful tune instead of some ridiculously meaningless Phish tune. Phish is great, but sometimes the purpose is missing. With these guys you get straight up brilliance. And they play very well together. Did I mention the sound balance and quality....it couldn't be better for this type of music.
Subject: Trevor Garrod--best song writer out there
Really like Josh Clark's "Jackson Hole" on here. Very soulful!
This show is soothing to listen to. Absolutely phenomenal. Stupendously beautiful.
Subject: Great Show!
Subject: Words can't explain...
Subject: These guys rock
Subject: Mellow musical goodness
Subject: What can I say!?!?!
Breakfast I lOVe
First Acoustic set under their name up here. Massive set, great ground covered, set list is ridiculous, amazing amazing amazing, please if you haven't heard this band dl it now. Ridiculous.
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